rsue this branch of the subject further.
Some days after the battle of Chancellorsville I was informed that General Ramseur, in his official report of the battle, stated that he had passed over the Stonewall brigade; I immediately called on Colnel Funk, Fifth Virginia infantry, senior Colonel of the brigade, and in temporary command, General Paxton being dead, and informed him of General Ramseur's report and suggested that he at once call on General Ramseur and try to get his report corrected to the Stonewall Brigade.
He promised me to do so. With that I was content.
I gave the matter no further thought, feeling satisfied that full justice would be done.
To my utter astonishment, near twelve months afterwards, I learned that Colonel Funk had never called on General Ramseur, and no correction of his report had been made.
I immediately procured from the officers of my regiment, who were in the engagement, and then with the regiment, the following certificates, a copy of which,